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Content description VCJAU141

Japanese: F–10 Sequence / Levels 3 and 4 / Understanding / Systems of language
Content description
Recognise that texts such as stories, games and conversations have particular language features and textual conventions
  1. recognising features of familiar genres of Japanese texts such as picture books, digital books or games, video clips or songs
  2. recognising differences between the layout and language features of different types of texts, including たてがき, よこがき
  3. recognising the role played by different elements in texts to contribute to meaning-making, for example, the layout, title, illustration and use of punctuation in a picture book or the use of speech bubbles in a cartoon
  4. recognising patterns in simple spoken or written texts in Japanese, for example, in relation to the use of particles, verb endings and other frequently occurring features
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